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Fresh Burratina Cheese

Creamy Goodness, Air-flown from Italy

Melt into this sump­tu­ous good­ness. The con­trast­ing and intox­i­cat­ing tex­ture of bur­rati­na or small­er bur­ra­ta cheese sets you on a delec­table jour­ney with each bite. This Ital­ian cheese is a trea­sure to taste, con­sist­ing of a bal­anced blend of moz­zarel­la, doughy, fibrous cords, and fresh cream. You can match this sooth­ing delight with any sal­ad, veg­etable, or carb you pre­fer, mak­ing it a dream come through for all cheese lovers.

Tast­ing Notes from the Curator

Bur­rati­na is rich in taste and tex­ture. You are left caught up in an equal bal­ance of soft, doughy, stringy tex­ture against a delec­table milky, but­tery fla­vor. That’s just when you take this exquis­ite cheese alone. When matched with oth­er carbs, recipes and even your favorite white or sparkling wine, it takes plea­sure a nudge further. 

Your bur­rati­na is best eat­en as soon as deliv­ered, or you have missed its prime. It comes with no aging, addi­tives, fillers, or preser­v­a­tives, just a unique com­bi­na­tion of what you love the most. Watch the mag­ic come to life as fresh but­tery cream ooze out of the cen­ter of your cheese in one slice.


This love­ly cheese is made up of a soft out­er lay­er and creamy cen­ter. The moz­zarel­la forms an enthralling white pouch around thick, yum­my cords and fresh cream, all made by the hands of high­ly skilled arti­sans. Served fresh and at room tem­per­a­ture, you can enjoy your lus­cious bur­rati­na with basil, ripe toma­toes, crusty or toast­ed bread, and lit­tle drops of olive oil. If you are eager for more, then get cre­ative! There are so many recipes to spice up your expe­ri­ence. This cheese com­bines well with sal­ad, piz­za, fig, pro­sciut­to, spaghet­ti, and so much more.

For wine pair­ings, this cheese would make a won­der­ful part­ner to dessert wines such as Mosca­to D’Asti, aro­mat­ic white wines like Ries­ling, Gewurtz­tramin­er, Tor­rontĂ©s. A glass of your favorite Brut Cham­pagne would also work perfectly.

A Cul­tur­al Delicacy

This fas­ci­nat­ing cheese is a native del­i­ca­cy of Apu­lia in Italy. A Region filled with plateau, abun­dant for­age, cat­tle, and buf­fa­los. Bur­ra­ta is derived from the milk of healthy buf­fa­los or cows native to the site and care­ful­ly pre­pared by hand to ensure the utmost qual­i­ty and satisfaction.

Dis­claimer on Avail­abil­i­ty of Pre-Ordered Items

This prod­uct is clas­si­fied as a Pre-Ordered Item at The Bow Tie Duck and will only be avail­able while pro­duc­er from over­seas is able to sup­ply and allow air-flown deliv­ery. Shall there be any deliv­ery can­cel­la­tion, ​“out of stock” or even ​“out of sea­son” notice after pur­chase, you will be con­tact­ed by our Sup­port right away. After which, a refund, prod­uct replace­ment or a deliv­ery delay will be put forth, under your choosing. 

Storage Instructions

Best eat­en once deliv­ered. If need to store in fridge, it can only stay for two days. 

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